Vim's Versatile CLI
Vim is a command-line tool and therefore comes with all the modular conveniences this entails - such as the ability to respond to signals, to be opened with special flags, or receive input from a pipe.
- Neovim - The vim fork I happen to use. I have no opinion on whether it's better or worse than regular Vim. This video used version 0.4.3
- fzf - A versatile command-line fuzzy-finder
- Universal-ctags - A maintained version of
ctags. Used to index ("tag") language objects that can be used in navigation and auto-complete.
- In case anyone else was confused by the
**<Tab> file listing, that's an FZF trigger. Read more here
- Vim-fetch - Open up vim at exact line number when fed a stacktrace entry.
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